BRC Global Standard for Food Safety Version 7

1 Day Events, SOFHT Breakfast Club
07 Jul

This extremely topical Breakfast Club will firstly consider the key changes to the BRC Global Standard For Food Safety.  In the past 4 years since  the issue of version 6, there have been some key areas of focus on the industry.  The horsemeat contamination challenges of 2013, highlighted the risks of adulteration in the supply chain.  Within the subsequent Elliot report in 2014 eight recommendations were made, and Issue 7 has included a number of these.  The  recent FSA annual report on food recalls identified food labelling as the main cause.  All audits commencing before 1st July 2015 will be to Issue 6,  with those commencing after 1st July 2015 to the new issue.  This is the ideal forum to understand and explore more about this subject area with an expert in the field. It provides delegates with excellent opportunities to discuss in detail their requirements, concerns and raise questions on the subject matter with the speakers.

Jon Revell is Managing Director of White Welly Ltd.  White Welly are a specialised consultancy for food manufacturing, supplier and third party auditing and training.  With 20 years of  auditing experience to BRC Global Standards (Food Safety and Packaging), retail standards and manufacturers standards worldwide, White Welly are well placed to assist manufacturers  prepare for audits and conduct supplier audits.  With the advent of issue 7 of the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety there is specific emphasis on competence of supply chain auditors. Jon has developed and delivered many training courses covering updates to BRC Standards, Retailer Standards, Internal Auditing, HACCP, Food Hygiene and Supplier Assurance to well over a thousand people.  Prior to this Jon was Head of the Technical Team and Certification Scheme Manager at Exova (UK) Group Limited where he was in overall control of the certification  operations to maintain the BS:EN ISO 45011 accreditation status for the certification operations within the Advisory Division.  This included liaison with clients, retailers and the British Retail Consortium (BRC) within Technical Cooperation Groups.

Places are limited to 25 delegates to ensure that this remains an intimate and informative 1/2 day programme for all. 

Cost: £35 + VAT (Members), £70 + VAT (Non-members), £15 +VAT (Students) per delegate Time: 9.00am—12.30pm
Venue: SOFHT Training Room, The Granary, Middleton House Farm,
Tamworth Road, Middleton, Staffs, B78 2BD

Continental Breakfast Buffet and certificate of attendance are included in the price. dly sponsored by